Trade Register Osnabrück HRA (Trade Register A) 200004
HR Group GmbH & Co. KG
Steffen Rosenbauer (chairman of the management),
HR Group GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 21 29
+49 (0) 541 9584 0
+49 (0) 541 9584 9221
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Even though we carefully check the content of our website, we do not assume any liability for the contents of external links. The operators of the linked websites are solely responsible for the content of these sites. Text, pictures, illustrations plus the design and layout of these sites are subject to global copyright. The unauthorised use, reproduction, dissemination of individual contents or complete sites will be prosecuted under penal as well as civil law. Under German civil law alone, injunction and damage, surrender or destruction of the reproduction devices and public posting of the verdict are possible. Courts grant injunctive relief in the form of fines up to EUR 250,000 or imprisonment of up to six months for contempt of court. Legal proceedings taken under penal law can lead to imprisonment of up to five years, as the case may be. Legal proceedings may also be taken in accordance with the legislation of other countries and may have even more drastic consequences.
LiabilityContent of this website
Utmost care has been taken in generating the content of this website. Nonetheless, the provider does not assume any liability for the provided content being correct, complete and up to date. The available content is used at the user’s own risk. Contributions identified by the author’s name reflect the opinion of the respective author and not necessarily the opinion of the provider.Availability of the website
The provider will endeavour to make the website available without any interruption if possible. However, even when utmost care is taken, downtimes cannot be excluded. The provider reserves the right to change or cancel its product offerings at any time.External links
This website contains links to the websites of third parties (“external links”). These websites are subject to the liability of the respective operator. When first establishing the external links, the provider checked their content to ensure that they contained no legal violations. At that time no violations of the law were discernible. The provider cannot influence the current and future design and contents of the linked websites. Placing external links does not imply that the provider adopts the referenced or linked contents as its own. It cannot be reasonably expected of the provider to constantly check these external links without being specifically advised of legal violations. However, if the provider does become aware of legal violations, the respective external links are promptly removed.No contractual agreement
Use of the provider’s website does not result in any contractual agreement between the user and the provider. Hence, there cannot be any contractual or quasi-contractual claims against the provider. In the event that the use of the website does result in a contractual agreement, we point out as a precautionary measure that the following limitation of liability applies: the provider shall be liable for intent and gross negligence, and when he has violated an essential contractual duty (cardinal duty). The provider shall be liable for replacement of damages. The liability of the provider is limited to the damage which could have been predicted at the time the contract was signed and that are the consequence of a slightly negligent violation of cardinal duties by the provider or one of its legal representatives or agents. The provider shall not be liable for the slightly negligent violation of secondary obligations which are not cardinal duties. This does not affect the liability for damages which are inside the protection range of a warranty or assurance given by the provider or the liability for claims based on the Product Liability Act and damages from injury to life, the body or health.
The contents and works published on this website are protected by copyright law. Any exploitation not permitted according to German copyright law requires the prior written consent of the provider or the respective rights holder. This applies in particular to the reproduction, editing, translation, storage or representation of contents in databases or other electronic media and systems. The contents and contributions of third parties must be identified as such. The reproduction or transmission of individual contents or complete sites is not permitted and punishable by law. Only the production of copies and downloads for personal, private and non-commercial use is permitted.
Links to the provider’s website are always welcome and do not require the consent of the provider of this website. The representation of this website in the frames of third parties always requires the consent of the provider.
When visiting the provider’s website, information about the access (date, time of day, page looked at) may be stored on the server. This data is not personal data but anonymised. It is used solely for statistical purposes. It is not passed on to third parties for either commercial or non-commercial purposes. Furthermore, data may be stored on the website user’s computer. This type of data is called “cookie”, whose purpose it is to simplify the user’s access behaviour. However, the user has the option of deactivating this function in his or her Web browser, but this may result in impaired used of our website.
The provider expressly points out that data transfer on the Internet (e.g. during communication via email) may have security gaps and cannot be completely protected against access by third parties.
We expressly state that we do not wish for the provider’s contact data – specifically the telephone and fax numbers and the email address – to be used for commercial advertising purposes, unless the provider has given its prior written consent or a business contact already exists. The provider and all persons named on this website herewith object to any commercial use and dissemination of their data.
The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply exclusively.